The Ministry of Health has worked hard over the last two decades to integrate digital health technologies to support identified business processes of the preventive and curative health sector. Information systems have been developed with the collaboration of the relevant stakeholders and the Ministry of Health, to suit the needs of hospitals and the public health institutions. These efforts have materialized into impactful national systems facilitating curative as well as preventive health services, and laid the foundations for a digital health culture by winning the trust of the healthcare workers as well as the general public. However, these systems are siloed and are at different levels of maturity, which has emphasized the challenge of achieving interoperability and seamless health information exchange at national level. Currently, the Ministry of Health is working towards a National Digital Health blueprint and an interoperability plan along with a capability development plan. With the new developments, the Ministry expects to suitably streamline the digital health efforts and provide better healthcare to the nation. The SLCHI is committed to assist the Ministry of Health in overcoming the obstacles of interoperability and assisting the country to achieve universal healthcare through digital health interventions.